A sustainable business in a “little corner” of paradise… that’s how La Dépêche du Midi (Limoux) headlines its article on Lécopot dated July 23, 2013.
The regional daily newspaper came to meet Lécopot, curious to meet this hidden company in the Haute Vallée de l’Aude.
They were able to discover a militant company, eager to take action for its environment. Lécopot is above all a company with a human face, made up of wood lovers.
Our team of carpenters, passionate about craftsmanship, is committed to the well-being of the planet by offering ecological toilets for everyone.
We talked ecology, numbers, economics and water conservation.
Even though Lécopot is a company, its primary aim is to raise awareness of dry toilets and their positive impact on the environment. Another aim is to remove their degrading image of “toilet at the bottom of the garden” and smelly toilet (because this is totally false,
a dry toilet has no smell
This article introduces Julien Boyer and his dry toilet manufacturing team.
“On January 1, 2013, the auto-entrepreneur became a sole proprietorship. A development he owes to his talents as a craftsman, finely sprinkled with relevant communication. As soon as it was up and running, the company quickly set up a website, reaching out to individuals and then local authorities.”
Read the full article on the La Dépêche du Midi website
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